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Syntax error when editing user script
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Description

As soon as I preview a user script, I get a syntax error. Here are the details:

As seen above, the user script toolbar does not load, and it is not because of a script that I have in there. I have been able to preview this particular user script without any trouble.

The second part is that I am getting a syntax error if I look in the developer console:

When I click on the file and line number, it takes me to a line that reads:

mw.loader.load(["ext.codeEditor","mediawiki.action.edit","mediawiki.toolbar","mediawiki.action.edit.editWarning","wikibase.client.action.edit.collapsibleFooter","mediawiki.action.edit.collapsibleFooter","site","mediawiki.page.startup","mediawiki.user","mediawiki.page.ready","mediawiki.searchSuggest","mediawiki.page.watch.ajax","ext.charinsert","ext.gadget.CentralAuthInterlinkFixer","ext.gadget.wm-portal-preview","ext.gadget.addMe","ext.gadget.formWizard","ext.gadget.susaresources","ext.gadget.aaq","ext.gadget.wrcEditor","ext.gadget.wrcCollapsible","ext.gadget.ReferenceTooltips","ext.gadget.wrcAddNewIndividual","ext.gadget.wrcAddNewGroup","ext.gadget.CurIDLink","ext.centralauth.centralautologin.clearcookie","ext.CodeMirror","ext.visualEditor.desktopArticleTarget.init","ext.visualEditor.targetLoader","ext.echo.init","ext.eventLogging.subscriber","ext.wikimediaEvents","ext.wikimediaEvents.loggedin","ext.navigationTiming","ext.uls.eventlogger","ext.uls.init","ext.uls.compactlinks","ext.uls.interface","ext.3d","ext.centralNotice.geoIP","ext.centralNotice.startUp","skins.timeless.js","skins.timeless.mobile"]);});

That is all I have.

Event Timeline

Restricted Application added a subscriber: Aklapper. · View Herald TranscriptAug 23 2018, 8:15 PM
Aklapper changed the task status from Open to Stalled.Aug 24 2018, 8:37 AM
Aklapper removed a project: JavaScript.

Please follow https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Locating_broken_scripts and report back.
Furthermore, please follow https://mediawiki.org/wiki/How_to_report_a_bug and provide exact steps to reproduce. "A user script" on some unknown website does not allow anyone to try to reproduce the problem. Thanks!

UpsandDowns1234 closed this task as Invalid.Aug 24 2018, 4:40 PM

@Aklapper: this is on meta.wikimedia.org. And actually, I just realize that it is a side effect of another of the scripts I wrote, so closing this task as invalid.